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The photographs below are of skin rashes specifically on the legs of children. Itchy rashes can be caused by contact with an irritant or a fungus, or they may be due to an auto immune disease. Pus-filled bumps called boils and folliculitis (an ingrown hair causing irritation or friction) can both be seen on the legs. Stretch marks are the result of rapid weight gain or weight loss and are most often seen on the stomach and the legs after a growth spurt. In the summertime, legs are more exposed and, thus, more vulnerable to bites and stings from bees and other bugs. The legs are also more prone to poison ivy dermatitis, which causes an oozing and very itchy rash. Tiny white, pimple-like bumps called keratosis pilaris are common on the legs. To learn more about these skin conditions found on the legs, click a picture below.
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Abscess This abscess on the young girl has been incised and drained by the doctor.
Allergic Contact Dermatitis (Pediatric) This image displays the scaling, slightly raised lesions typical of allergic contact dermatitis in a child.
Boils (Furunculosis) This person has several scattered furuncules (boils).
Bug Bite or Sting (Pediatric) Some people react to insect bites with large, fluid-filled blisters.
Cellulitis This image displays a red, swollen, tender leg typical of cellulitis, a bacterial skin and soft tissue…
Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) Atopic dermatitis (eczema) that has been present for an extended period of time begins to looks thickened and…
Flat Wart Flat warts may be difficult to see in darker skin and often have a lighter color than normal skin.
Folliculitis This image displays a close-up of folliculitis with one of the lesions being pus-filled.
Granuloma Annulare This image displays a smooth, ring-like lesion typical of granuloma annulare.
Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) With a herpes virus skin infection, such as this one involving the leg, some blisters (vesicles) can have pus.
Hives (Urticaria) Urticaria (hives) can consist of large areas of redness and welt-like skin lesions.
Keratosis Pilaris This image displays tiny, scaly elevations of the skin around the hair follicle typical of keratosis pilaris.
Lichen Simplex Chronicus This image displays thickening of the skin typical of lichen simplex chronicus.
Lyme Disease Lyme disease may simply be displayed as a subtle area of pink or red skin rather than the classic bull's-eye rash.
Nummular Dermatitis This image displays nummular dermatitis on a black patient, where the round, scaly areas of skin can become…
Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac This image displays a rash with a linear distribution typical of poison ivy.
Psoriasis Psoriasis can be displayed as smaller, scattered patches.
Ringworm (Tinea Corporis) This image displays the scaly border with other smooth, slightly elevated regions typical of tinea corporis…
Scaly Skin (Ichthyosis Vulgaris) This image displays the fish-scale appearance typical of ichthyosis.
Stretch Marks (Striae) The inner thigh is a common place to see (striae) stretch marks in adolescence.
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